Meaning of crow's-foot
Pronunciation: (krōz'foot"), [key]
— pl. -feet.
- Usually,any of the tiny wrinkles at the outer corners of the eyes resulting from age or constant squinting.
- an arrangement of ropes in which one main rope exerts pull at several points simultaneously through a group of smaller ropes, as in balloon or airship rigging.
- (in tailoring) a three-pointed embroidered design used as a finish, as at the end of a seam or opening.
- crowfoot (def. 1).
- crow's-foot (Thesaurus)